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Letters Abusive abutments for my amusement

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It amuses me to look at photos of wonderful new buildings and extensions designed by architects to see just how badly they treat an abutment with someone else's creation. The mangled lead in your photograph of Page and Park's 'Towering Achievement' is a corker. Was it designed that way?

Bob Horne, Surrey

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